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    Heres the recipe. Pork and Apple Meatloaf | Paleo Leap

    I went to grate the apples, and DS ate them all... since yesterday post poetry-tea!

    DS10 claims to not like beef, so we were going to try pork instead .Maybe I can find a porkloaf recipe .Or else its takeout.
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    And recipe saved. We don't eat much beef. It doesn't agree with DH and IBS. Mostly poultry but we do also do pork, just not as often and I am always looking for new ways! THANKS!
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    I'm eternally on the edge of anemic so I DO eat a lot of beef. Tech won't touch it. Occasionally he'll eat pork. If he gives up chicken, I'm going to commit myself to a rubber room.

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    First day in a L-O-N-G time if ever....aka 25+ years that I have wanted to quit childcare. Ya, it was THAT bad of a day.

    *sigh

    Ya, DH spent Vacation 2015 in the hospital with unknown intestinal issues. Never did find out the blockage/issue. Just labeled him IBS. We already knew that flare-ups of problems tend to follow beef and then pork, but beef mainly.
    And we/he had 4 days in 5 of beef, just fell that way. So.... now, beef is once a week, sometimes twice. MAYBE. And he takes probiotics and stool softeners. And if he eats more than normal, we double the above and he is ok. Not great, but ok.

    Grilled pork chops tonight. Tom. is our 1 main day of beef aka hamburgers. Fri/Sat will probably be chicken of some form.
    I think I will check ground pork prices to try a small batch of this.
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    A&W, I have one sister who has celiac and another who has ulcerative colitis. Cooking a meal for that side of the family is a nightmare of epic proportions. Thank goodness I live 500 miles away now and never have to figure out meals that won't upset someone's digestive system.

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    sister in law rather. Both on my HUSBAND's side of the family. mine is healthy...just weird. :-)

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